The Waterloo Hotel & Lodges
The ideal base to explore and discover the breath taking scenery of Snowdonia’s beautiful countryside and coast. Situated on the grounds of the hotel are our modern, spacious lodge style rooms which come complete with own parking space. Rooms are also available in the main hotel. Extensive menu dominated by locally sourced produce at the Bridge Restaurant. All our guests receive complimentary use of our leisure facilities which include indoor heated pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and fully equipped gym. Complimentary WIFI throughout.
The Bridge Restaurant is a fantastic venue for dining, functions and weddings. Our menu has a dedicated emphasis on local seasonal produce. We work closely with local suppliers to ensure we deliver you the freshest quality ingredients on the plate. Offering a modern and contemporary venue Bar 1815 is the ideal place to drink and relax after a busy day out and about in North Wales. After your meal at the Bridge Restaurant unwind on our sofas in front of the fire with a nightcap, but beware … many have been known to fall asleep at this point!
“I am the bread of kindness and the flower of beauty. Ye who pass me by, listen to my Prayer: Harm me not.” Prayer of the Wood. Anon.
Betws-y-Coed, the exquisite, green Gateway to Snowdonia, remains North Wales’ most popular inland resort. Set in this beautiful valley, The Waterloo Hotel and Stations Leisure complex, makes a perfect base from which to explore fairytale scenery, and the hidden magic of diamond-like waterfalls and twisting, endless pathways. Whatever you fancy doing: walking the dog, mountain biking, scaling the heights of Snowdon or just enjoying a Welsh Cream Tea; the Waterloo Hotel has a wonderful selection of lodge style rooms, with all amenities provided for comfort. Enjoy some pampering in the heated indoor pool with jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, or maybe just relax with a little drink.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Magic and mystery awaits visitors within the lush Gateway to Snowdonia: Betws-y-Coed. Like a Goddess dressed in a bejewelled emerald gown, this extra special inland resort is North Wales’ crowning glory. So, having spent the day exploring beautiful Snowdonia, how about returning to the hotel, and once you get your breath back, diving into a heavenly feast. The Bridge Restaurant serves contemporary, seasonal and locally grown sourced produce, with a wide variety of drinks and beverages. Local Welsh Mountain Lamb is a sublime favourite, as are the shining fruits of the sea: fresh fish and succulent seafood. Head Chef and his team deliver delicious food that blends the past and the present perfectly. Little diners catered for too!
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